March’s Theme: Children And Money

What's coming up in March on Homely Economics? The theme for March 2018 is children and money - raising frugal children and looking after your kids' finances as well as your own as a parent.

March’s theme: children and money

What’s coming up this month? I’ll be featuring, besides my regular posts, a series of articles focused on children and money.

 

It’s a big subject, as it can cover children’s savings, raising kids frugally as well as teaching children good financial habits, but I’ll try to focus on helpful topics within this area.

 

Here are the posts published in March about kids and money:

Training your child to save and spend wisely isn't always easy, but it's something good parents need to do. Read my tips on training your kids to save. Feeling confused by Junior ISAs? This guest post by The Money Whisperer explains what you need to know about tax-free savings accounts for kids. How to teach your children to be frugal - practical tips for your family. This guest post looks at the financial steps your child can take from piggy bank to home ownership, explaining your child's finances along the way. Children & Money: here are five posts by UK money bloggers about the topic of kids & money, from childcare to savings and more.

 

How To Train Your Child To Save And Spend Wisely

The Ins & Outs Of Junior ISAs

How To Teach Your Children To Be Frugal

The Timeline Of Your Child’s Finances

Children & Money: Lessons From 5 Money

 

What's coming up in March on Homely Economics? The theme for March 2018 is children and money - raising frugal children and looking after your kids' finances as well as your own as a parent.

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